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# Is 0^0 1(pro) or undefined(con)?

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 Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point Started: 11/19/2014 Category: Education Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period Viewed: 759 times Debate No: 65455
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Posted by UndeniableReality 2 years ago
A lot of things you learn in high school are wrong. They try to simplify things a lot.
Posted by volcan 2 years ago
well till now
Posted by volcan 2 years ago
as for my argument i still in highschool so ive been taught 0^0 is undefined because its the same as saying 0/0 and anything divded by 0 is undefined. ive never been told otherwise.
Posted by Valkrin 2 years ago
Thank you for your apology volcan. :)
Posted by UndeniableReality 2 years ago
@volcan
That was a very honest response to the accusation of plagarism. Much respect for taking responsibility for your own actions the way you did.
Posted by volcan 2 years ago
you know i could come up with many reasons why i copied and pasted that but none of them would justify it. i apologize that i did that and if it offended you. you deserve to win.
Posted by Valkrin 2 years ago
Why did you plagiarize? A sad move; you could have at least paraphrased it. But you didn't even give credit! You imply this is your own words, which highly upsets me...
Posted by UndeniableReality 2 years ago
Hmm... a few hints:
Binomial theorem
Pascal's Triangle
Limits
Posted by Valkrin 2 years ago
Ah well, it should be interesting. I'd like to see Con prove that it's not the common definition.
Posted by UndeniableReality 2 years ago
Its limit is 1, is it not? There are other arguments for why it would be 1 if it were defined. This might really be a false dichotomy.
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